the last one killed me
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someone submit your butt
“The proof of evolution lies in those adaptations that arise from improbable foundations." - Stephen Jay Gould
my uncle’s 66 Hemi Charger, (with 67 fender mounted turn signal indicators).
Made by Australian Automatic Arms, formerly Leader Dynamics, the SAP (Semi-Auto Pistol) was also called Tasmanian Devil during importation to the U.S. Chambered in 5.56x45mm, it was basically the stock-less version of the SAR (Semi-Auto Rifle). Uses standard AR-15 magazines and even the same A2 birdcage flash hider. However, production and importation ended when Australia’s gun ban went into effect. (GRH)
Made by Australian International Arms (AIA), the M10-A2 is a Lee-Enfield variant chambered in 7.62x39. What makes it particularly desirable is the fact it can use standard AK magazines. They are quite rare in the U.S since they were banned from importation but I think they’re still in production. A 7.62x51 is also available from AIA. Nice as this gun is, there is no way I’d pay nearly $2,000 for it, which is the “Buy It Now” listed by the seller. (GRH)
what the heck, cat. it’s 2:00 a.m. and i am no ok with this.
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